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Queensland Government

Key Responsibilities - Undertake compliance monitoring and enforcement activities, including investigations and inspections under the legislation administered by the OLGR.- Acquire and maintain a high level of knowledge in liquor and gaming legislation, internal controls and other related matters in order to provide authoritative advice.- Research, analyse and interpret legislation, and apply relevant policies, procedures and guidelines to achieve positive compliance outcomes.

- Prepare written correspondence such as letters, ministerial replies and briefing notes, reports detailing investigations findings and court documents e.g. facts in brief, comparative statements and penalty submissions.

- Monitor, assess and promote commitment to harm minimisation strategies within the liquor and gambling industries.- Proactively engage with industry and community including preparing and delivering presentations at forums and providing advice and education to liquor and gaming industry members and other stakeholders. - Work individually and as an effective team member.

- Undertake projects as directed.How you will be assessedAppointments in the public service are based on merit. We will look at what work you've undertaken previously and what knowledge, skills and learned experiences you can bring to the team and the role.

We will also look at your personal qualities and your potential for development. Your ability to perform this role will be measured against the Individual Contributor profile of the Leadership Competencies for Queensland (LCQ) framework. The ideal applicant for this role will be someone who can demonstrate the following:1.

Leads strategically: Thinks critically and acts on the broader purpose of the system (Vision).2. Builds enduring relationships: Builds and sustains relationships to enable the collaborative delivery of customer-focused outcomes (Results).

3. Drives accountability and outcomes: Demonstrates accountability for the execution and quality of results through professionalim, persistence and transparency (Results).4.

Demonstrates sound governance: Maintains a high standard of practice through governance and risk management (Accountability).5. Functional/technical knowledge and skills for the role: Applies investigation techniques, knowledge and skills to perform the job at a high level of accomplishment.

Career Development The Investigations Unit comprises of two separate teams led by a Principal Investigator who reports directly to the Manager Compliance - Investigations. As a Senior Investigator you will undertake both general routine and complex investigations and when required assist with the development and training of less experienced staff within the Compliance Division. The Senior Investigator may also be involved in assisting with the preparation and presentation of information / training sessions to staff involving matters pertaining to OLGR's legislation and/or compliance enforcement.

Mandatory Qualifications, Conditions a.


Date02 October 2021

Location -

type Full Time

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